About This Site
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- Better Connected 2014 assessment and ranking
- Problems and suggestions
For information on website visitors and availability visit our website statistics page.
This site has been designed using responsive design, meaning the display will adapt to all common screen sizes.
The site is tested against a range of the most common browsers and devices. If you encounter any problems using the website please email us at email@example.com with the details of the problem, and the name of your browser / device so we can investigate.
We hope you find our website easy to find your way around.
The Home Page is the best starting point to find the information you are looking for. On the left-hand side of the home page you will find a list of quick links. These will take you to the most popular areas of our site.
You can move to different pages either by using the navigation at the top of every page or by clicking on the underlined text or images (hyperlinks).
The top navigation area features a search box - powered by Google, and our A-Z of services. You will also find quick links to the most popular pages in each section of the site in the 'Straight to' boxes.
If you are experiencing problems with reading the content on Haringey's website, or find that it is uncomfortable to read, you can change the default settings in your browser. This will make the fonts appear bigger on the pages. Depending on which browser you are using, the settings can be changed in either the Preferences or Options menu.
- More information about changing text size
On our website you will find documents in PDF format, which means they can only be viewed with Adobe Acrobat. You need to have Adobe Acrobat reader installed, or if you do not currently have it, you can download it for free from the Adobe website (external link).
For the third year running, this website has been ranked in the top five per cent of all council websites in the UK - the only London Council to get top marks this year.
This website earned a four-star rating, the highest available, from independent watchdog - the Society of IT Management (Socitm) in its 2014 review of all council websites, and was highlighted in the report as an example of best practice for others to follow in terms of usability, layout and ease of access.
The site also achieved the top ranking for mobile usability - meaning that content is easily accessible by people using a range of mobile devices including smartphones and tablet PCs.
In its overall summary of Haringey’s website, the Socitm reviewer said:
"This is an excellent site which displays a lot of consideration for the needs of the user"
- For more information about the Better Connected report visit the Socitm website (external link)
If you are come across any problems using our website or need to report errors, broken links, etc. use the feedback form on the bottom of each page, or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or if you have any comments or suggestions about anything you would like to see, or ways of developing this site further please email us at email@example.com.
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